If only British people could vote, would the Brexit referendum result be 70% Leave?

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What is the point of having a Brexit referendum if Poles, Africans and Asians are allowed to vote in it? This is not their country. Britain is the inheritance of the British in the same way that India is the inheritance of Indians, and Africa is the inheritance of Africans.
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You mean white people
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You mean white people
Poles are White. But they are not British. So, no.
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Poles are White. But they are not British. So, no.
White British then?
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What is the point of having a Brexit referendum if Poles, Africans and Asians are allowed to vote in it? This is not their country. Britain is the inheritance of the British in the same way that India is the inheritance of Indians, and Africa is the inheritance of Africans.
Well if that’s the case why didn’t the British leave India long back when no Indian liked them .
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That's ridiculous. Only British citizens could vote.
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Very likely remain would win if only due to the number of younger voters who couldn't vote before.
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White British then?
That's a tautology. All British people are White.
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That's ridiculous. Only British citizens could vote.
It's a blood state. There are no citizens.
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What about all the British people taking advantage of living in the EU and all the benefits that brings them? They were not permitted to vote and would certainly have voted remain so that kind of cancels it out. And ironically, some EU nationals that voted voted leave so I am not really sure what your racist 'lite' post is supposed to be saying.
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It's a blood state. There are no citizens.
Which planet are you on? Everyone in Britain has migrant ancestry. From the French Hugenauts to Irish migrants, to migrants from all over the world. If you go back far enough, we all migrated from the Rift Valley in Africa anyway. We didn't evolve in Britain.
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Which planet are you on? Everyone in Britain has migrant ancestry. From the French Hugenauts to Irish migrants, to migrants from all over the world. If you go back far enough, we all migrated from the Rift Valley in Africa anyway. We didn't evolve in Britain.
We are still largely indigenous. Check out Cheddar Man. We don't tend to have ancestry from 'all over the world' except in extremely small quantities. Most of it came from Western Europe.
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Stop trolling
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That's ridiculous. Only British citizens could vote.
Not technically true, Commonwelth and Irish citizens living in the UK were also eligible, as they are in all UK elections, not that there will have been many in either category.
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What is the point of having a Brexit referendum if Poles, Africans and Asians are allowed to vote in it? This is not their country. Britain is the inheritance of the British in the same way that India is the inheritance of Indians, and Africa is the inheritance of Africans.
Well for one Africa isn't a country so wrong, Britain isn't a country either, Any citizen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland could vote for their future, in what is wide considered their country, Britishness didn't start at the start of time, therefore it is not some kind of continous line, there is no 'bloodline', all the assumptions you base your arguement on are flawed and so is your arguement, end of discussion.
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Well for one Africa isn't a country so wrong, Britain isn't a country either, Any citizen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland could vote for their future, in what is wide considered their country, Britishness didn't start at the start of time, therefore it is not some kind of continous line, there is no 'bloodline', all the assumptions you base your arguement on are flawed and so is your arguement, end of discussion.
There is a blood line. The first Britons came here 9000 years ago and there has never been a total population replacement since then. The invasions came in small numbers relative to the population at the time. A history teacher in Somerset was found to be a direct descendant of Cheddar Man, a 9000 year old skeleton found in Cheddar Gorge.
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(Original post by corkers888)
There is a blood line. The first Britons came here 9000 years ago and there has never been a total population replacement since then. The invasions came in small numbers relative to the population at the time. A history teacher in Somerset was found to be a direct descendant of Cheddar Man, a 9000 year old skeleton found in Cheddar Gorge.
1 Example doesn't prove your statement correct also, lets look at your evidence: vague, no sources supplied, not acceptable.

Also, you tried to link britishness with white genocide, but Cheddar Man a true briton was not white.
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Wouldn't it be nice if schools in the UK actually taught children some history about their own country instead of history about America and Japan? Teach them about the British Empire.
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Wouldn't it be nice if schools in the UK actually taught children some history about their own country instead of history about America and Japan? Teach them about the British Empire.
Why don't they teach them about the Turkish Empire and the Japanese Empire? Nobody says that Turkey and Japan have a duty to flood themselves with immigrants and interbreed with them.
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Your posts are all different, but they always lead to the same thing - White Genocide.
Absolutely. I am in the queue to the gas chamber as you type.
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